Lord's Day (Sunday)
10am Morning Service
5.30pm Evening Service
7.30pm Bible Study and Prayer Meeting

Lord's Day (Sunday)

10.00am Morning Service

Current series: The Book of Judges

The days of the Judges were marked by deep and dark declension. This is summarised by the statement at the end of the book:- "everyone did what was right in their own eyes."

Here were days that were not unlike our own! But in these darkest of days God had not forsaken his people, raising up Judges, or Deliverers, from the most unlikely people.

Do we believe the living God can intervene today?
Dare we believe that he can even use us?

We invite you to join with us on Sunday mornings and find out more!

5.30pm Gospel Service

Current series: Gospel of Matthew

Matthew's Gospel is known as 'The Gospel of the Kingdom'.  But what kind of a King is born of a virgin peasant girl and is finally executed upon a Roman Cross? The answer, surprisingly, is the King of Kings, God's Son, the Saviour of the world. Join with us on Sunday evenings as the greatest of all rescue stories is revealed in the Gospel (the good news) according to Matthew.

Fellowship Meal
On the third Sunday of every month we meet in the Church Hall for lunch following the morning service. All are welcome to join with us.


7.30pm Bible Study and 
Prayer Meeting

We are currently looking at the book of 1 Timothy

'The main theme of Paul's first letter to Timothy is contained in chapter 3 verse 15 where he says to him 'I write so you may know how you ought to conduct yourself in the house of God, which is the church of the living God, the pillar and ground of the truth.'  This verse assures us that God has not left it to us to determine how we should worship Him, but has given us clear instruction.  What are the marks of a Spirit filled church? Come along and discover with us as we look into this vital letter and then unite in prayer together.'

All are welcome to join with us for Bible study and prayer. 


We support several Missionary Societies and we invite visiting speakers on a regular basis to keep us informed about the work.

Please see "Coming Up" for details of these meetings.